O.J. Simpson could be getting out of jail in October

O.J. Simpson could be out of jail before the end of the year.

Th Juice, currently locked up in Nevada since 2008 after being sentenced to 33 years in prison for an incident where he tried to reclaim memorabilia he says was originally his. But, the former running back might only end up serving less than a third of that sentence if his upcoming parole hearing goes his way, reports KTLA.

The hearing will likely take place in July, according to David Smith, spokesman for the Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners. Depending on the outcome, the “Juice” could be loose as soon as Oct. 1. Previous ratings of Simpson have scored him in the low-risk category for release.

Simpson  was found not guilty of the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman, in 1995. Two years later, the families of Brown and Goldman won a wrongful-death civil suit against Simpson.

In 2006, Simpson <a href=”https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/If_I_Did_It” target=”_blank”>wrote a book</a> entitled “If I Did It,” in which O.J. put forth a “hypothetical” description of how their murders happened.